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Old 12-15-2009, 05:23 PM
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if they don't do something within 10 yrs for erosion, they will never be able to stop it, experts say.
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Old 12-15-2009, 05:24 PM
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Useless after they pump it? Why? Just curious. Where studying this same topic, about pumping sediment back into the marshlands. Somewhere in East LA they are making a beach to help stop the erosion, by pumping sediment back.
Around here they build levees around a section of land and then pump the dridge into it. The problem is this mud is pretty nasty being from the bottom of the channel and from my experience in the past on some sections of land it takes several years for this stuff to dry. Its like making a big quick sand pond. The top layer will dry but you can fall right threw it and its impossible to walk through. Yes ive seen some of them hold ducks but you cant hardly hunt them and does nothing for fishing since their leveed of anyway. It like building a impoundment full of mud. Now they might have another way of doing it I dont know, but this is how they recently did it north of hackberry. I guess it would create new land several years from now but I was just saying why nobody wants it on their land.
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Old 12-15-2009, 05:28 PM
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I fly over that area all the time when I crew change. It is East of SW Pass.

On some bay right?



Really pumping sediment to stop erosion, they aren't worried about hunting, or fishing. They want to fix it so our homes aren't the gulf of mehico
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Old 12-15-2009, 05:30 PM
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On some bay right?



Really pumping sediment to stop erosion, they aren't worried about hunting, or fishing. They want to fix it so our homes aren't the gulf of mehico
Yes I agree their not worried about hunting or fishing but these big land owners are.
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Old 12-15-2009, 05:30 PM
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come on guys start a new thread
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Old 12-16-2009, 09:34 AM
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get this back on track......I've heard MS passed regs on triple tail:

"The MS Commission voted unanimously to recommend a minimum size limit of 18 inches TL and a daily bag limit of 3 fish/person for tripletail in MS. The measure will go out for public hearing, where they do not foresee any major opposition."

This leaves LA as the only state on the gulf coast with no limits on triple tail.
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Old 12-16-2009, 11:14 AM
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get this back on track......I've heard MS passed regs on triple tail:

"The MS Commission voted unanimously to recommend a minimum size limit of 18 inches TL and a daily bag limit of 3 fish/person for tripletail in MS. The measure will go out for public hearing, where they do not foresee any major opposition."

This leaves LA as the only state on the gulf coast with no limits on triple tail.

Whats FL and TX's Limits???
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Old 12-16-2009, 11:38 AM
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GULF STATES TRIPLE TAIL LIMITS:

1. Texas 3 per person 17" minimum
2. Georgia 2 per person 18" minimum
3. Alabama 2 per person 16" minimum
4. Florida 2 per person 15" minimum
5. Miss 3 per person 18" minimum
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Old 12-16-2009, 12:58 PM
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3 Triple Tail is a lot of meat.
I am a meat fisherman. That's how I think.
If you have 2 on the boat and catch 6 fish,
that is a good bit of meat.
Not many people I know target Triple Tail,
except for a few fly fishermen from Cameron.
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Old 12-18-2009, 11:54 AM
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CCA is doing this survey to determine if it is worth it for its members to urge LDWF to do a study on the fish. LDWF has a very small budget can't go study every fish out there unfortunately and they won't consider it basically unless forced to by someone else.
This goes back to my point of leave it alone and let them focus on more "urgent" matters, like fighting the feds and proving them wrong so I can run 40 miles and catch more than 2 red snapper a person!
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Old 12-21-2009, 02:58 PM
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This goes back to my point of leave it alone and let them focus on more "urgent" matters, like fighting the feds and proving them wrong so I can run 40 miles and catch more than 2 red snapper a person!

That is an issue for CCA National. CCA LA can't really do anything to LDWF because our fed waters only go out 3 miles. No snapper 3 miles in.

The national office is working very hard on this matter! I agree with you that the snapper regs are bogus!
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